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Updated by Joanna James on Jun 23, 2019
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The Newest Restaurants in Adelaide -Checking out the new kids in town

Adelaide is the apple of South Australia's eye and is rich in fresh and organic produce. Thus, the food here is something to write home about. Here are ten new restaurants you can try.


Farina 00 Pasta & Wine Bar

This establishment in Hyde Park is a classy spot to spend an evening. Although their menu is rather small and limited, each dish is a masterpiece of its own. After all, it is a given that pasta and wine make one of the most heavenly pairs.


Beach Bum

As is apparent by the name, Beach Bum down O'Connell Street gives a tropical beach vibe and serves Hawaiian – Japanese fusion cuisine. It has a fun ambiance, and the portions are easily shareable making double the fun.


Carmine & Co.

Carmine & Co. is an Italian establishment found in Commercial Road. It is arguably the best spot at the port for Italian food. While the atmosphere is quite chic and modern, they serve old time favourites like pizza, pasta, and classic Italian desserts. However, if you want to truly experience what Carmine & Co. has on offer, you need to try the Il Pranzo.


Charcoal Pit

Charcoal Pit takes the meat lover to a crunchy heaven, with its char-grilled dishes. Being located only 15 minutes from Oaks Embassy, it is popular among the visitors to the Adelaide hotel apartments as well. The high-quality fresh meat is grilled right on the coals, to imbibe it with the flavour. They do have fresh salads as well, to accompany the greasy meaty goodness.


Chicco Palms

An Italian restaurant with an Americal twist, Chicco Palms' discerning feature is their wood oven. With an oven being the centrepiece, it is but a little wonder that their pizza is out of this world!


Fish Head

While the name may sound unappetizing, one bite of their food and you will keep coming back for more. They are an Asian fusion restaurant serving Malaysian, Indonesian, and Indian cuisine. Expect a lot of spices and flavours that you did not know existed.


Hardy's Veranda

This is one classy restaurant that has amazing views of the Adelaide Hills. As their motto is to capture the essence of true food, the menu is simple, fresh, and flavoursome. All the ingredients here are locally sourced. Their apple tart soufflé is to die for!


Hide 'n' Seek

It is a feat to find this place that is hidden down Austin Street. But once you do seek it out, there is nothing stopping you from coming back for more. The atmosphere is ideal for a date, and the Thai fusion food they serve perfectly hits the spot.


Honki Tonki

No more waiting for those delicious dumplings, or reserving a table to try egg waffles. Honki Tonki at Hindley Street is the latest dumpling heaven in town, that allows you to enjoy the goodness without any reservation.


Hula Hoop Wine Bar

This is one bar you need to hunt down, especially if you are looking for chilling on a summery evening. Their seating is outdoor and has a fancy wine selection to go with the perfect summer food.